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Auckland port fined over driver's preventable death

Laboom Dyer was a 23-year-old new father, and working at Ports of Auckland as a straddle crane driver. He was on the night shift in August 2018 when he was critically injured after the loader he was operating fell over. He later died in hospital. Today the Port was fined $540,000 for its role in Dyer's death - in what the court has described as an entirely preventable tragedy. Checkpoint reporter Nita Blake-Persen has been covering the case and joins Lisa Owen with the details.

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